HAUG charging systems
basically consist of two components:
- a high-voltage charging generator which supplies the charging electrode or triode with direct voltage.
- one or several charging systems connected to it.
Our technicians strongly recommend to discharge surfaces with an HAUG ionization system before the materials are fixed. A suitable counter-electrode is required to charge the various materials. If no counter-electrode is available via a particular metal on the machine itself, it must be provided by an ionizing bar, for example.